Getting back to developing film again after not doing it for 5 months during the end stages of my pregnancy and the beginning stages of new mommyhood was an interesting thing. I made a few mistakes. None so great as putting the fixer in before the developer, but I had my moments. Accidently leaving the core out of the tank. Opening the film in a not-so-light-tight room. Then I made a real mistake. I shot some Tri-X at 3200 previously with the intention of developing it in Rodinal. Then, stupidly, thinking I'd switched the film, I changed the dial to 1250 and proceeded to shoot away. This left me with a rather large problem. How should I develop this? I decided, with the help of Scott (TheFlyingCamera) and papagene in the chatroom I came up with a solution: semi-stand development in Rodinal. So I did this: 70F Rodinal 1+100 (500ml water and 5ml Rodinal) 1 hour agitation every 15 minutes Interestingly enough, all the images are...well...images. Whether or not they're good is another thing entirely. I'm not expecting shadow detail at all. I can't print them at the moment since I don't have a darkroom and I don't have access to a scanner here so I'm going to have to have them scanned this weekend. The moral? Don't be an idiot and change the film speed dial before you do a check of your notes to see what film you had!